Martin Luther King Jr.
Robert F. Kennedy’s Speech After the Assassination of MLK

Robert F. Kennedy commemorates the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. after he was assassinated on April 4, 1968 and asks the crowd to honor King’s message of peace by not reacting violently to the news of his death.

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